IVF is a science made possible by technology. Without it, there would be no in vitro fertilisation. With it, what was once thought impossible has become a reality. In a sense then, the better the technology, the greater the potential IVF has to successfully help couples trying to conceive.
The good news is IVF is prospering. Its popularity grows steadily from year to year, and the market is only expanding to meet the commensurate demand. Because of this, there is a continual drive in research and development to produce new and innovative technologies, each better than the last.
Superior technology has the power to significantly raise quality levels, and a large part of its value lies in its capacity to standardise a procedure and reduce variance from one performance to the next. Automation through well-engineered equipment generally means better reliability—a principle evidenced in systems such the EmbryoScope® time-lapse incubator and Gavi® automated vitrification system.
And yet human know-how remains absolutely essential to IVF and, indeed, to the operation of the technology itself. Both are needed: state-of-the-art technology and skilful hands to wield it. One cannot function without the other. It pays then to seek out the services of a fertility clinic who invests in both.
Our partner, Gynem Fertility Centre, has done exactly that, outfitting and continuing to update their facility with the latest, cutting edge technologies and building a team of assisted reproduction experts well versed in their use. The result? A fertility clinic of exceptional quality.
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